If you've seen my previous instructables, you will understand the process much easier, however, I encourage you to have a read at this instructable!
Step 1: Materials
Here's a compiled list:
Bondo body filler
Bondo spot putty
Variety of sanding sponges/paper
PETG plastic sheet
Krylon primer paint
Duplicolor black paint
Red EL wire (15ft)
Rebound-25 silicone rubber
Smooth-cast 65D Urethane Resin
Step 2: Designing the model and bringing it to life
There can't be much said about the actual 3D model since it will require a new instructable on how to use/design objects using 3D modeler software.
This file was later transfered onto a program called "Pepakura Designer 3".
It basically allowed the object to be turned from a 3D computer object be transformed/laid out on paper and later when printed and put together will bring the 3D computer model onto a 3D real life model.
The first picture is a screen cap of the object in the pepakura software ready to be printed.
The second picture is of the file put together.
This was easy, as the pepakura software prints number on the edges, symbolizing where the edges need to be glued together.